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Northshore January February 2021

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86 cakes and offering guests plated cupcakes. Also, colored bracelets have become the new polite, nonverbal way for wedding guests to convey their comfort level when socializing. A red bracelet means the person's social distancing, a yellow bracelet indicates they're being cautious and green says, "I'm okay if you're around me." Haas notes, there are even some doctors who will come to the couple's venue and administer rapid coronavirus tests that yield results in 15 minutes. "I've done a ton of weddings and I've cried at micro weddings more than ever," says Weist. "I think it's a combination of all the emotions building up to the event and then being able to meet and exceed a couple's dreams." "My advice to couples considering a micro wedding is to go for it," says Gianna Baglioni. "There is magic that happens when it is that small." "You'll never regret it," adds her husband. "Your wedding will always be a big day, no matter how large or small it is.",,, PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHRIS ASHTON PHOTOGRAPHY (ABOVE), BY BARBARA KRAFT/ENCORE BOSTON HARBOR (OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT), COURTESY OF ENCORE BOSTON HARBOR (OPPOSITE PAGE TOP AND BOTTOM LEFT) Willowdale Estate offers a program for small gatherings.

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